|Racial Profiling : CSPAN : April 21, 2012 4:14pm-4:55pm EDT|
Series/Special. Congress, law professors, and the ACLU discuss the proposed 'End Racial Profiling Act.' New.
Keywords: Racial Profiling; Television Program
|projectx - recordings - #5 - to #8 - projectx|
Anonymous Testimonies about racial profiling in Montreal.
Keywords: racial profiling; montreal
|Project X recording 2 - theprojectx|
An anonymous testimonial from the Project X about racial profiling in Montreal. http://theprojectx.ca
Keywords: racial profiling; montreal
Interview with Charmaine Davis, who attended a public hearing on HB 87, Georgia's new Bill that mimics Arizona's SB 1070.
Keywords: immigration; racial profiling; racism; illegal immigration
|Historical, Logical, and Moral Arguments against Racial Profiling by Frank Wu (2001) - Palestine Center|
Frank Wu, a professor at Howard University School of Law, discussed two “different but related topics” at a 31 October 2001 Palestine Center briefing: the U.S. internment of individuals of Japanese descent during World War II and the current treatment of Arabs and Muslims in the United States.
Keywords: Palestine Center; Racial Profiling; Frank Wu
|Sojournertruthradio 032812 - with Margaret Prescod|
We continue our coverage of President Obamaâs healthcare law as the Supreme Court continues its consideration on whether or not the law is in violation of the US Constitution. Resident physician Dr. L. Toni Lewis, chair of SEIUâs healthcare committee is our guest. The ACLU testifies at a Congressional forum on the Trayvon Martin case, we speak with Jesselyn McCurdy, criminal justice senior legislative counsel...
Keywords: Healthcare; Obamacare; Trayvon Martin; Racial profiling
|radio J2K - 30oct2008 - charlieo, CKUT Radio, Montreal|
Recorded at Jeunesse 2 Mille at 3770 Decarie in N.D.G. Featuring Daniel, Ricardo and Jamal talking about what it'll mean if Obama wins the U.$. election, and also, an anonymous testimony about racial profiling, and a request that the STM lower there rates for public transportation.
Keywords: radio J2K; N.D.G; racial profiling
|Sojournertruthradio 072512 - with Margaret Prescod|
Today, we re-broadcast our exclusive interview with Rodney Kingâs family taped on the eve of his funeral, which took place June 30th, 2012.
Keywords: Rodney King; racial profiling; Los Angeles; riots; LAPD
|Racialized Policing - Redeye Collective|
Sociologist Elizabeth Comack interviewed nearly 80 Aboriginal people in Winnipeg in her research for this book. They reported experiences that were overwhelmingly negative. In Racialized Police, she undertakes a comprehensive analysis of how race is constructed and functions in day-to-day policing in Canada. Check out our website for more information about Redeye. Find us on Facebook and like our page for regular updates.
Keywords: police; racism; First Nations; Aboriginal people; colonialism; Winnipeg; racial profiling
|GLAHR travels to Alabama to oppose racist law HB56 - Dell MacLean|
Coverage of the September 1, 2011 protest in Birmingham against HB56, a law that would promote racial profiling and segregation. Interviews with Birmingham residents and Georgians who traveled to Alabama for the protest.
Keywords: HB56; racial profiling; segregation; civil rights; documentary
|The Racial Profiling Issue, David Pasztor Texas Observor - 411 Productions|
David Pasztor, managing editor for the Texas Observer, gives his insights on racial profiling, discrimination and police abuse issues at a conference in San Antonio TX in November 2007. .
Keywords: racial_profiling; racism; human_rights; immigrant_detentions; police_abuse; texas_observer
|Radio Not Bombs - Special on Sean Bell - www.myspace.com/radionotbombs|
May 8, 2008 edition of Radio Not Bombs, featuring an interview with two student activists who helped organize a solidarity action with the family of slain New Yorker Sean Bell and victims of police violence everywhere. Also, a radio essay on the acquittal of Sean Bell's killers from Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Keywords: alternative radio; independent media; Sean Bell; police violence; police brutality; solidarity; racial profiling; police; organizing
|2012-04-12-Mireille-Gervais-Interviews-Monira-Kayhan-On-Racial-Profiling - Denis Rancourt|
On April 12, 2012, CHUO 89.1 FM (Ottawa, Canada) The Train's Mireille Gervais interviewed Ottawa resident Monira Kayhan about personal experiences with racial profiling by police and others in middle class life in Canada's capital.
Keywords: Denis Rancourt; Denis G Rancourt; CHUO; Mireille Gervais; Monira Kayhan; racial profiling; Ottawa; racism
|2012-08-30-Monira-Kayhan-2-CHUO-Train-Radio - Denis Rancourt|
On August 30, 2012, CHUO 89.1 FM The Train's Denis Rancourt interviewed Ms. Monira Kayhan live in studio, on the meaning of Hijab, on her activism and education to police about Islam, and on her experiences with racial profiling in Ottawa.
Keywords: Denis Rancourt; CHUO; Denis G Rancourt; Monira Kayhan; Hijab; racial profiling; Ottawa
|Sojournertruthradio 033012 - with Margaret Prescod|
Friday our roundtable is back and will weigh in on the Trayvon Martin murder. Will his death bring greater awareness and understanding of racial stereotyping or leave the country further divided on the question of race and racism? Also, the Supreme Court deliberates on President Obamaâs healthcare law. Will the courtâs decision be based on the Constitution or on ideology? It is already being predicted that Chief Justice Roberts, a conservative Bush appointee, will use this case to put his stam...
Keywords: Trayvon Martin; racism; racial profiling; Obamacare; Supreme Justice; Ryan budget; MEDICARE
|Sojournertruthradio 062612 - with Margaret Prescod|
A one hour special as we remember Rodney King who died on Sunday June 19th at his home in Rialto, California. One of the last interviews Rodney King did was the time he spent in studio recording a one hour âSojourner Truthâ special. Before we were able to air the full interview, we got the news of Rodney Kingâs death. On Tuesday, for the first time on these airwaves we hear that interview as we honor his life, his contributions and his memory...
Keywords: RodneyKing; LAUprising; Racial profiling; riots; police beatings; LAPD; women; justice; socialjustice
|34th Episode of the Horizontal Power Hour|
The 34th episode of the Horizontal Power Hour will broadcast Tuesday, January 24th at 4 PM on 88.1 WESU FM, and will stream live at wesufm.org. The show will be hosted by Abe Bobman (and possibly Meggie McGuire!) and will feature an interview with Occupy Student Debt organizer Robert Oxford who discusses the looming student loan debt crisis, the hope for a nation-wide debt refusal, and organizing within academic institutions...
Keywords: Occupy; occupy student debt; student debt; east haven; east haven police department; racial profiling
|Home Is Where The Hood Is, Part 2 - Gary C.|
Welcome to part 2 of Home Is Where The Hood Is. In this episode we focus on Occupy the Hood and their monthly Bar-B-Que picnic and out reach effort. This film brings you more community organizers as well as a local lawyer who teaches and empowers citizens to "know your rights" during police stops. Another group, Dad's On Duty, teaches men to step up and take responsibility for their families and their communities...
Keywords: Occupy the Hood, Community Organizing, Know Your Rights, Racial profiling, Human Rights
|Building Bridges: "Justice for Trayvon" - Thousands Continue to Rally - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash|
Building Bridges, the National Edition with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash ***************** Thousands Continue to Rally for âJustice for Trayvonâ As legal experts continue to deconstruct the ânot guiltyâ verdict in the George Zimmerman trial â the man accused of murdering Trayvon Martin â an ugly truth rears its head again: racial disparities are alive and well in our criminal justice system. âIn truth, when African-American boys and men are killed by non-blacks, more often than not, justice ...
Keywords: Al Sharpton; Sybrina Fulton; Trayvon Martin; George Zimmerman; Stand your ground laws; racial profiling
|UC-IMC Radio News 6-24-2004 - UCIMC Radio News|
IMC Radio News show from June 24, 2004, featuring: a police community forum on racial profiling in Champaign; resistance to FCC gutting media ownership rules; commentary on Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9-11; Carl Estabrook weighs in on Cheney's obscene outburst and questions of sanity. Contributors for this episode were Dave Berliner, Jeff Nicholson-Owens, Carl Estabrook, and Sandra Ahten.
Keywords: imc, ucimc, independent media center, urbana, racial profiling, fahrenheit 9-11, dick cheney
|Rec Room Show 53|
This show was recorded on 8-7-13. This week I dive into some great topics. First up an atheist who wants to be a navy chaplain and a NFL player drops the "N" word. Next I discuss the circus that is A-Rod and PED's. Finally, I give hard truth opinions on racially profiling people
Keywords: racial profiling; peds; arod; alex rodriguez; mlb; suspensions; atheist; riley cooper; don lemon; bill oreiley
|Racial Profiling - NoiseCollector|
Stop the racial profiling and enforcement of stereotypes demonstrated in this video. How can you watch this video and not take a stand against the unfair portrayal of people in advertising based on racial stereotypes? Watch in horror as 3 companies refuse to show diversity and over-represent certain ethnic groups. Take a stand against the perpetuation of the biased character assasination of a whole race of people...
Keywords: racism; racial profiling; institutional; arizona; sb1070; immigration; brewer; arpaio; az; mexico; reform; illegal; alien; stereotype
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|Derek Black News/Talk Radio 3-30-2010! - FZN|
Today's discussion includes SPLC hypocrisy, racial profiling, government suppression and the recently arrested Michigan Christian militia group (No copyright, distribute freely!)
Keywords: The Derek Black Show; Michigan Christian militia; racial profiling; MP3; WPBR 1340AM Radio
|Roberto Reveles - ImmigrationConversation.com|
Arizona ACLU Board President Roberto Reveles discusses immigration issues with the author of the blog ImmigrationConversation.com. He gives his views on the DREAM Act, SB 1070, anchor babies, border policy and racial profiling. He also describes his history as an American born to Mexican parents.
Keywords: Arizona; ACLU; Roberto Reveles; immigration; the DREAM Act; SB 1070; anchor babies; border policy and racial profiling
|Radio Ollin - 1/10/14 - Justice4Andy Lopez - Ruben Cairo & Jonathan Melrod - XBM*Xochitl Bernadette Moreno|
RADIO OLLIN's, Xochitl Bernadette Moreno, interviews Ramon Cairo of the Sonoma Co. Brown Berets & Jonathan Melrod, lead organizer with the Justice for Andy Lopez Coalition. Listen to them discuss the ongoing harassment and profiling of young Latino youth in Santa Rosa and get an update about where the situation stands regarding Justice for Andy Lopez Cruz, the 13yr old boy shot 7 times and murdered by police officer Erik Gelhaus on October 22, 2013.
Keywords: RADIO OLLIN; *XBM; Xochitl Bernadette Moreno; Andy Lopez; Justice for Andy Lopez; Police Brutality; Police Killing; Racial Profiling
|Rustbelt Radio for February 12, 2007 - Pittsburgh Indymedia|
On this week's show... * Leaders of the black community respond to a new report showing Pennsylvania has the highest rate of black homicide victims in the nation * We take a look at the case of Native American political prisoner Leonard Peltier on the 31st anniversary of his arrest * A New York City council member discusses racial profiling * The Coalition of Immokalee workers speak on the connections between Fast Food Corporations and Farmworkers wages * and more in our local and global news st...
Keywords: Rustbelt Radio; Pennsylvania; Pittsburgh; violence; Leonard Peltier; police; racial profiling; race; New York; CIW; Fast Food; Farmworkers; McDonald's; Burger King
|Racial Profiling and Medical Marijuana - William F. O'Brien|
Lynwood Bartley and Don Cooney hosts James N. Rodbard, P.C. of the A.C.L.U., southwestern Mihcigan chapter. Jim is on the board of Michigan and the National A.C.L.U. and he talks about the racial profiling law in Arizona, Medical Marijuana and what BP is not allowing you to see in the News. Great Conversation.
Keywords: Critical Issues Alternative Views; Arizona; Racial Profiling; Medical Marijuana; BP; News; FAA Coverup; A.C.L.U; Michigan
|Racial Profiling - Veranstaltung von KOP Berlin am 19. März 2009 - Kampagne für Opfer rassistischer Polizeigewalt (KOP) Berlin|
"Racial Profiling": viel praktiziert und doch geleugnet trifft alle Menschen, denen das Begehen von Kriminalität unterstellt wird, weil sie aussehen wie sie aussehen, sich verhalten, wie sie sich verhalten oder weil sie einfach zur falschen Zeit am falschen Ort sind. Es trifft Menschen mit nicht weißer Hautfarbe, oder anderer „Kultur". In den USA hat die Bekämpfung von „Racial Profiling" die Bürgerbewegung und Universitäten erreicht, in Deutschland wird die Praxis totgeschwiegen! Die Ve...
Keywords: Racial Profiling; Driving while Black; Rassismus; institutioneller Rassismus; Polizei; Berlin; Kampagne für Opfer rassistischer Polizeigewalt; KOP; Helga Seyb; Vikas K. Gumbhir; Igboanusi Columbus; Biplab Basu
|The Free Podcast 13: Daniel's Bank Account - Chip Perkins and Daniel Wagner|
This week, Daniel opens up a checking account. Elsewhere, Chip becomes the subject of racial profiling.
Keywords: Sports; Podcast; Commentary; Free; Comedy; Nascar; NCAA; Football; Basketball; Soccor; Hockey; WWE; Wrestlemania; John Cena; The Rock; CM Punk; Atlanta; Cinaphile; Racial Profiling; Cahaba; SIR; Sports; Bowling
|Rag Radio 2013-07-26 - Central Fla Prof Jay D Jurie & Texas NAACP Pres Gary Bledsoe on Trayvon Martin - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Rag Radio host Thorne Dreyer discusses the Legacy of Trayvon Martin with University of Central Florida public administration professor Jay D. Jurie and Austin-based attorney Gary Bledsoe, president of the NAACP of Texas. Jay D. Jurie, Ph.D., is a resident of Sanford, Florida, site of the Trayvon Martin killing and trial, where he is an associate professor of public administration and urban and regional planning at the University of Central Florida...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Gary Bledsoe; Jay D. Jurie; Trayvon Martin; NAACP; Racism; Stand Your Ground; Racial Profiling; Sanford, FL, The Rag Blog
|LegalEase - CKUT 90.3 Montreal - Episode 24 (July 2011) - Racial Discrimination and Profiling in Quebec - LegalEase Collective|
[/caption] Welcome et bienvenue to LegalEase: a monthly Montreal-based and produced radio show on 90.3 FM CKUT. We broadcast law broadly. Le collectif LegalEase est un group des etudiants et etudiantes en droit de la communaute montrealaise. This month the program is entitled, âRacial Discrimination and Profiling in Quebec.â Jesse Gutman sits down with Fo Niemi, executive director of the Centre for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR)...
Keywords: racism; quebec; racial profiling; discrimination; human rights; quebec human rights commission; tort; remedies; CRARR; report; youth; racialized; law; mcgill; legal; multhani
|Stop And Frisk - BTR Pulse [ep137]|
A federal judge ruled on Monday, August 12th, that the NYPD's "Stop and Frisk" policies are unconstitutional and discriminate on the basis of race, ordering the appointment of a federal monitor to oversee reforms in the program. Later that day, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, alongside Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, slammed the decision calling it "dangerous" and claiming that "Stop and Frisk" saves lives...
Keywords: news&information; btr pulse; pulse; breakthru radio; btrtv; lauren hawker; new york; nyc; talking; opinion; interview; stop and frisk; nypd; police; mayor; discrimination; violation; michael bloomberg; ray kelly; civil rights; law; federal; bloomberg; ray kelly; racial profiling; race; minorities
|After The Zimmerman Verdict - BTR Pulse [ep133]|
On July 13, 2013, a jury in Sanford, Florida, acquitted George Zimmerman of the murder of Trayvon Martin, the 17 year old African American boy he admittedly shot and killed during an altercation in February 2012. Although the case put the state’s so-called “Stand Your Ground” law in the forefront of national debates, Zimmerman’s defense relied on a self defense argument and the shooting and trial have sparked many other discussions about the state of race relations in America...
Keywords: news&information; pulse; btr pulse; btrtv; lauren hawker; opinion; talking; new york; nyc; interview; george zimmerman; florida; trayvon martin; court case; protest; racial profiling; race; union square; rally; bill de blasio; justice; law; talk
|Comical Imbalance Episode 15 - William M. Strong|
We're back, friends and haters, and this week in the studio we have special guest Zero Cool!! This week, with Zero cool and in our 15th episode we discuss such Comically Imbalanced topics as what does Zero Cool do after he's killed someone, the user / technology relationship (the user is dumb), morality and ethics, gun control, racial profiling, surprise kareoke, and a game (Palin quote, Bachman quote, or bullshit quote)...
Keywords: comedy; talk; zero cool; your murder victim; user/technology relationship; morality and ethics; gun control; racial profiling; surprise kareoke; game; current events (real life Weekend at Bernie's welfare drug test); fart rhyming diction; hypothetical question
|WLC Report Press Conf Rally FINAL Mixdown - Netfa Freeman|
On Wednesday July 31st , 2013, there was a noon press conference to draw connections between the fight for justice for Trayvon Martin and the need for a movement to address racial profiling in DC. This was in light of a new study by the Washington Lawyers Committee on racial disparities in arrests within the District. The report has raised seriously troubling questions about why so many Africans/Black people become entangled in the criminal justice system...
Keywords: Washington Lawyers Committee report; Son of Nun; racial profiling; District of Columbia; Reverend Graylan Hagler; ACLU; American Civil Liberties Union; Trayvon Martin; George Zimmerman; Cathy L. Lanier; police brutality; stop and frisk; Voices With Vision; WPFW 89.3
|People United - February 10, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Bob Libal, Pam Resendiz and Geoff Valdes about the struggle against immigrant detention and, more specifically, the Hutto Visitation Program, a project of Grassroots Leadership that is organized with Texans United for Families.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Bob Libal; Grassroots Leadership; Geoff Valdes; Texans United for Families; Pam Resendiz; Texas DREAM Alliance; DREAM Act; Development; Relief and Education for Alien Minors; Hutto Visitation Program; T Don Hutto Residential Center; T Don Hutto Family Residential Facility; Corrections Corporation of America; Williamson County; Taylor; Carnes County Civil Detention Center; GEO Group; Secure Communities; US Immigration and Cutoms Enforcement; ICE; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; immigration; immigrant rights; immigrant justice; immigrant detention; undocumented immigrants; immigrant children; immigrant women; immigrant men; immigrant families; detention centers; law enforcement; criminal justice; criminalization; finger prints; racial profiling; privacy; civil rights; civil liberties; social justice; current events
|People United 2014 Feb 21 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Alejandro Caceres of the Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition, Cristina Parker of Grassroots Leadership, and Rocío Villalobos of the Hutto Visitation Program about their opposition to the ongoing partnership between the Travis County Sheriff's Office and the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement in deporting undocumented immigrants...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Alejandro Caceres; Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition; Cristina Parker; Grassroots Leadership; Rocío Villalobos; Hutto Visitation Program; Texans United for Families; immigrant; immigration; status; undocumented; rights; misdemeanor; arrest; deportation; proceeding; criminalization; racial profiling; law enforcement; transfer; custody; jurisdiction; local; federal; United States; Texas; Travis County; Sheriff's Office; Greg Hamilton; Travis County Jail; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; ICE; Secure Communities; S-Comm; Department of Homeland Security; DHS; Travis County Commission; Travis County Judge; election; families; communities; residents; separation; vulnerability; fear; hope; protest; struggle; organize; current events
|People United 2013 Oct 04 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features sociologist and former journalist Natalie Byfield on her book Savage Portrayals: Race, Media, & the Central Park Jogger Story. She spoke at St. James Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, on February 28, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Natalie Byfield; Natalie P Byfield; St John's University; The New York Daily News; Savage Portrayals; Race Media and the Central Park Jogger Story; The Central Park Five; Sarah Burns; David McMahon; Ken Burns; Central Park jogger; sociology; journalism; news; mainstream media; blanket coverage; race; white; whiteness; minorities; people of color; civil rights; diversity; racial profiling; class; poverty; affluence; industry; economy; employment; gender; women; men; youth; criminalization; criminal justice; wrongful conviction; sexual assault; rape; Trisha Meili; Salomon Brothers; Anton McCray; Kevin Richardson; Yusef Salaam; Raymond Santana; Kharey Wise; false confession; Matias Reyes; perpetrator; New York; New York City; Central Park; Manhattan; Harlem; Wall Street; New York Police Department; NYPD; police; law enforcement; newspaper; newsroom; internal politics; institutional culture; filter; gatekeeper; ideology; narrative; history; current events
|'WE OWN THE NIGHT' - 365 DAYS OF MARCHING - THE AMADOU DIALLO STORY- MOVIE CLIP 3 - 360 MEDIA|
âWE OWN THE NIGHTâ- 365 DAYS OF MARCHING - THE AMADOU DIALLO STORY- MOVIE CLIP 3 Activists, politicians and religious leaders discuss the 4 officers responsible for Amadou Dialloâs death, the NYPD's Street Crimes Unit and its motto 'WE OWN THE NIGHT'.. Floyd Flake, Antonio Rosario Sr., Carmen Quinones, David Dinkins, Rubin Diaz Sr., Robert Lederman MOVIE SITE: http://www.365daysofmarchingmovie.com BLOG: http://365daysofmarching.wordpress.com OFFICIAL TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FU...
Keywords: 41 shots; Amadou; Amadou Diallo; NYPD; police brutality; Sean Bell; marching; protest; 1 Police Plaza; 365; 365 days; 365 days of marching; Al Sharpton; Hillary Clinton; Albany; The Bronx; New York; New York City; NY; NYC; Africa; African; immigrant; Guinea; movement; murder; unarmed; documentary; film; movie; 41 bullets; Rudy Giuliani; Street Crimes Unit; we own the night; February 4; 41; 1157; Bronx; February 4; 1999; West African immigrants; wallet; keys; United Nations; United Nations march; City Hall 1157 Wheeler Avenue; outrage; police brutality; racial profiling; contagious shooting; Wheeler Avenue; one police plaza; civil disobedience; civil unrest; crime against humanity; Amadou Bailo Diallo; plain-clothed officers; David Dinkins; unarmed man; Charles Rangel; we own the night; trajectories; death; bullets; shot; execution; racism; innocent
|People United - June 17, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about immigrant justice and World Refugee Day with Monica Bosquez of Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera, Carmen Llanes and Geoff Valdes of Texans United for Families, and Esther Reyes of the Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; World Refugee Day; Ni Una Mas; Not One More Deportation or Detention; Esther Reyes; Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition; Carmen Llanes; Geoff Valdes; Geoffrey Valdes; Texans United for Families; TUFF; Monica Bosquez; Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera; Austin So Close to the Border; Texas Legislature; Legislative Session; Special Session; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; Secure Communites; Travis County; Senate Bill 9; SB 9; House Bill 12; HB 12; Sanctuary Cities Bill; Governor Perry; Rick Perry; immigrants; Latinos; Hispanics; law enforcement; racial profiling; immigrant detention; civil detention; Karnes County; The GEO Group; prison industrial complex; punishment industry; criminalization; Illegal Immigration and Immigrant Responsibility Act; Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act; welfare bill; welfare reform; Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act; North American Free Trade Agreement; NAFTA; neoliberalism; World Refugee Day; economic refugees; human rights; Barack Obama; George W Bush; partisan; bipartisan; Senate Bill 1070; SB 1070; Arizona; boycott; race; poverty; birthright citizenship; 14th Amendment; Fourteenth Amendment; Herman Cain; Republicans; Democrats; Texas; United States; economic justice; social justice; history; current events